Despite the pandemic's progress and the impact on passenger traffic, the daily work with scheduled freight and community flights in Örebro continues. In the upper picture, radioactive isotopes have arrived by air and are on their way to the University Hospital in Örebro and patients.
Örebro Airport is the fourth largest in Sweden when it comes to cargo flights. At Örebro, there are ongoing flights that are of vital importance to that society. The airport forms the basis for flights in connection with Swedish international operations with the Swedish Armed Forces and the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, MSB. These types of vital flights often take place with short lead times, which requires the airport to be prepared and ready to open up all year round.